WAYNE ROONEY is expected to be left out of Gareth Southgate’s latest England squad.
The Three Lions boss names his party for the upcoming clashes with Scotland and France on Thursday.
And it is believed that there will be no place for the Manchester United striker.
Southgate, who omitted the veteran from his last squad in March, has a luxury of in-form strikers to choose from.
Tottenham’s Golden Boot winner Harry Kane, Leicester’s Jamie Vardy, soon-to-be Bournemouth man Jermain Defoe and Rooney’s team-mate Marcus Rashford are likely to get the nod over Rooney.
Rooney made his last international appearance back in November in the 3-0 victory over Scotland at Wembley.
He then pulled out of the squad for the draw with Spain four days later and was left out completely for the last international break.
Rooney, 31, had started United’s last five Premier League matches, scoring twice, but he is set to endure double disappointment over the next 24 hours.
He is set to be left on the bench for the Red Devils in tonight’s Europa League Final against Ajax.
It could be the last United fixture the club’s all-time top scorer could be involved with.
Speculation continues to mount that his 13-year spell at Old Trafford will come to an end this summer.
Everton are leading the chase to bring him back to his boyhood club, while there is also interest from the Chinese Super League and MLS.
England travel to Scotland on June 10 for their latest World Cup qualifier before heading to Paris to tackle France in a friendly on June 13.